Erectile dysfunction (ED) medication Levitra is a good alternative to Viagra. It is proven effective for about 65% of all users, and it only produces some mild side effects. This drug, like any ED medication, comes with a ticking clock. Once you take it, it is only going to last you for a limited time before you need to take it again or start suffering from ED once more.
So, how long will Levitra last for you? Well, once you take it, it can take as long as an hour before it actually takes effect. You need to consider that when you make the decision to start ED treatment. If you take it too close to when you plan to engage in intercourse, it won’t do you much good. You have to give it time to take full effect.
You will also need to consider that not all men who take it are going to enjoy the same benefits. The manufacturers of Levitra list its potency period as 4-6 hours. That’s a good long while, but it is also a large window in which it is able to stop working. That two-hour window creates the possibility that the medication may stop working within that time for some. However, you wouldn’t know how this will affect you specifically until you have taken the drug.
The effect is a bit different for every man, and it depends on a variety of factors, including age, weight, body type, eating habits and health. All these can affect how potent the drug is, if it will work for you, and how long it works for.
You will have to try Levitra out for yourself to see how well it will work and how long it lasts. Your results may vary from time to time, based on those factors listed above. It should generally last for at least four hours before it starts to wear off.
Generic Levitra will soon be available in the UK.